Swing: Flux and Reflux

Swing: Flux and reflux was a site-specific intervention created for Nottingham Castle Park during Park in Progress (PIP)/ World Event Young Artists (WEYA) 2012. Two swing sculptures in pine with built-in 24 pin LED lights were installed within the castle grounds. The sculptures functioned independantly both during the day and at night, when they lit the ground below each user’s feet. In addition, the objects were a part of the performance “Breathe Normally,” choreographed by Evangelia Kolyra and performed by Kolyra, Anna Mawby, Rachel Farrar, and Stéphane Perraud.

Swing: Flux and Reflux, 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK
Swing: Flux and Reflux, 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK
Swing: Flux and Reflux, 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK
Swing: Flux and Reflux and Breathe Normalle (choreography by Evangelia Kolyra), 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK
Swing: Flux and Reflux and Breathe Normalle (choreography by Evangelia Kolyra), 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK
Swing: Flux and Reflux and Breathe Normalle (choreography by Evangelia Kolyra), 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK
Swing: Flux and Reflux, 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK
Swing: Flux and Reflux, 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK
Swing: Flux and reflux concept sketch, 2012
Swing: Flux and Reflux, 2012, Park in Progress (PIP), WEYA, Nottingham, UK